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This short note contains some definitions and formulas about the power of an observable in statistically separating different classes of events.

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I construct combined electric and magnetic field variables which independently represent energy flows in the forward and backward directions respectively, and use these to re-formulate Maxwell's equations. The emphasis is on detailed calculations, with a more general overview being published in Phys. Rev. A72 and arXiv. These directional variables enable us to not only judge the effect and significance of backward-travelling field components, but also to discard them when appropriate. They...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0611216v1

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D-term inflation is one of the most interesting and versatile models of inflation. It is possible to implement naturally D-term inflation within high energy physics, as for example SUSY GUTs, SUGRA, or string theories. D-term inflation avoids the $\eta$-problem, while in its standard form it always ends with the formation of cosmic strings. Given the recent three-year WMAP data on the cosmic microwave background temperature anisotropies, we examine whether D-term inflation can be successfully...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0607226v2

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In a novel approach in observational high-energy gamma-ray astronomy, observations carried out by imaging atmospheric Cherenkov telescopes provide necessary templates to pinpoint the nature of intriguing, yet unidentified EGRET gamma-ray sources. Using GeV-photons detected by CGRO EGRET and taking advantage of high spatial resolution images from H.E.S.S. observations, we were able to shed new light on the EGRET observed gamma-ray emission in the Kookaburra complex, whose previous coverage in...

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By using a realist microscopic model, we study the electric and magnetic properties of the interface between a half metallic manganite and an insulator. We find that the lack of carriers at the interface debilitates the double exchange mechanism, weakening the ferromagnetic coupling between the Mn ions. In this situation the ferromagnetic order of the Mn spins near the interface is unstable against antiferromagnetic CE correlations, and a separation between ferromagnetic/metallic and...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0611594v1

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In this paper we develop the theory of topological categories over a base category, that is, a theory of topological functors. Our notion of topological functor is similar to (but not the same) the existing notions in the literature (see Borceux "Handbook of categorical algebra 2, 7.3"), and it aims at the same examples. In our sense, a (pre) topological functor is a functor that creates cartesian families. A topological functor is, in particular, a fibration, and our emphasis is put...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0611701v1

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Topics: addressing, PSTN, ISDN, network, service

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Topics: addressing, ISDN, MMS, PSTN, synchronization

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We develop a series of molecular dynamics computer simulations of liquid water, performed with a polarizable potential model, to calculate the spinodal line and the curve of maximum density inside the metastable supercooled region. After analysing the structural properties,the liquid spinodal line is followed down to T=210 K. A monotonic decrease is found in the explored region. The curve of maximum density bends on approaching the spinodal line. These results, in agreement with similar studies...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0611587v1

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A particle moves among the vertices of an $(m+1)$-gon which are labeled clockwise as $0,1,...,m$. The particle starts at 0 and thereafter at each step it moves to the adjacent vertex, going clockwise with a known probability $p$, or counterclockwise with probability $1-p$. The directions of successive movements are independent. What is the expected number of moves needed to visit all vertices? This and other related questions are answered using recursive relations.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0611676v1

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Many cosmological scenarios envisage either a bounce of the universe at early times, or collapse of matter locally to form a black hole which re-expands into a new expanding universe region. Energy conditions preclude this happening for ordinary matter in general relativistic universes, but scalar or dilatonic fields can violate some of these conditions, and so could possibly provide bounce behaviour. In this paper we show that such bounces cannot occur in Kantowski-Sachs models without...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0103087v2

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Dominique Rossin; Mathilde Bouvel

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In this paper, we give a polynomial (O(n^8)) algorithm for finding a longest common pattern between two permutations of size n given that one is separable. We also give an algorithm for general permutations whose complexity depends on the length of the longest simple permutation involved in one of our permutations.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0611679v1

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This contribution gives an overview about various applications of (sub)mm interferometry in star formation research. The topics covered are molecular outflows, accretion disks, fragmentation and chemical properties of low- and high-mass star-forming regions. A short outlook on the capabilities of ALMA is given as well.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0611706v1

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S. Kokou Dadzie; Jason M. Reese; Colin R. McInnes

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We reconsider some fundamental aspects of the fluid mechanics model, and the derivation of continuum flow equations from gas kinetic theory. Two topologies for fluid representation are presented, and a set of macroscopic equations are derived through a modified version of the classical Boltzmann kinetic equation for monatomic gases. The free volumes around the gaseous molecules are introduced into the set of kinetic microscopic parameters. Our new description comprises four, rather than three,...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0611206v1

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Genomic duplication-divergence events, which are the primary source of new protein functions, occur stochastically at a wide range of genomic scales, from single gene to whole genome duplications. Clearly, this fundamental evolutionary process must have largely conditioned the emerging structure of protein-protein interaction (PPI) networks, that control many cellular activities. We propose and asymptotically solve a general duplication-divergence model of PPI network evolution based on the...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/q-bio/0611070v1

Researchers in many fields often need to quantify the similarity between images using metrics that measure qualities of interest in a robust quantitative manner. We present here the concept of image dimension reduction through characteristic shape sequences. We formulate the problem as a nonlinear optimization program and demonstrate the solution on a test problem of extracting maximal area ellipses from two dimensional image data. To solve the problem numerically, we augment the class of mesh...

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This report details our research progress during the course of this grant. This report includes development of new wideband antenna elements, strategies for cost-effective random arrays using these elements, and supporting computational codes. First, a summary of the development and analysis of the new antenna element developed under this project is provided. Measured and simulated results show that this new element can provide a 3:1 bandwidth (using VSWR = 3 as the bandwidth criteria typically...

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The present paper provides some new stochastic inequalities for the characteristics of the $M/GI/1/n$ and $GI/M/1/n$ loss queueing systems. These stochastic inequalities are based on substantially deepen up- and down-crossings analysis, and they are stronger than the known stochastic inequalities obtained earlier. Specifically, for a class of $GI/M/1/n$ queueing system, two-side stochastic inequalities are obtained.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0505068v5

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Hyungsu Kim; Chul Ki Ko; Sungchul Lee

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When we use the entropy method to get the tail bounds, typically the left tail bounds are not good comparing with the right ones. Up to now this asymmetry has been observed many times. Surprisingly we find an entropy method for the left tail that works in the exactly same way that it works for the right tail.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0608706v2

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Non-linear renewal theory is extended to include random walks perturbed by both a slowly changing sequence and a stationary one. Main results include a version of the Key Renewal Theorem, a derivation of the limiting distribution of the excess over a boundary, and an expansion for the expected first passage time. The formulation is motivated by problems in sequential analysis with staggered entry, where subjects enter a study at random times.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0611695v1

2006.11.22 1972 Yılında Taşova’da Bulunan Nizamettin Öğretmen Anlatıyor

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In this note we consider a chain of $N$ oscillators, whose ends are in contact with two heat baths at different temperatures. Our main result is the exponential convergence to the unique invariant probability measure (the stationary state). We use the Lyapunov's function technique of Rey-Bellet and coauthors with different model of heat baths, and adapt these techniques to two new case recently considered in the literature by respectively Bernardin and Olla, Lefevere and Schenkel

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0611689v1

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P. Kinsler; S. B. P. Radnor; G. H. C. New

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We construct combined electric and magnetic field variables which independently represent energy flows in the forward and backward directions respectively, and use these to re-formulate Maxwell's equations. These variables enable us to not only judge the effect and significance of backward-travelling field components, but also to discard them when appropriate. They thereby have the potential to simplify numerical simulations, leading to potential speed gains of up to 100% over standard FDTD or...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0611215v1

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The Gazette of India Extraordinary Gazette Published by the Directorate of Printing, Department of Publication, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India Published in 2006, Issue Number 1736 Ministry: Election Commission of India Subject: List of the contesting candidates for the Bye Election in 3-Bobbili Parliamentary Constituency in Andhra Pradesh.

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The Gazette of India Extraordinary Gazette Published by the Directorate of Printing, Department of Publication, Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs, Government of India Published in 2006, Issue Number 2387 Ministry: Ministry of Textiles Subject: The withdrawal of certain nominees from the Council of Jute Manufacuturers Development Council.

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I investigate the elastic electron scattering off nuclei far from the stability line. The effects of the neutron and proton skins and halos on the differential cross sections are explored. Examples are given for the charge distribution in Sn isotopes and its relation to the neutron skin. The neutron halo in $^{11}$Li and the proton halo in $^{8}$B are also investigated. Particular interest is paid to the inverse scattering problem and its dependence on the experimental precision. These studies...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/nucl-th/0604044v3

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F. Finelli; M. Rianna; N. Mandolesi

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We present the constraints on inflationary parameters in a flat $\Lambda$CDM universe obtained by WMAP three year data release, plus smaller scale CMB and two LSS data sets, 2dF and SDSS (treated separately). We use a Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) technique combined with an analytic description of the inflationary spectra in terms of the horizon flow functions (HFF). By imposing a consistency condition for the tensor-to-scalar ratio, we study the constraints both on single field standard...

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2006.11.22 Amasya Üniversitesi Rektörlüğüne Ziyaret

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Atish Dabholkar; Norihiro Iizuka; Ashik Iqubal; Ashoke Sen; Masaki Shigemori

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Certain supersymmetric elementary string states with spin can be viewed as small black rings whose horizon has the topology of S^1 \times S^{d-3} in a d-dimensional string theory. By analyzing the singular black ring solution in the supergravity approximation, and using various symmetries of the \alpha' corrected effective action we argue that the Bekenstein-Hawking-Wald entropy of the black string solution in the full string theory agrees with the statistical entropy of the same system up to...

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The Ebola virus (EBOV) envelope glycoprotein (GP) is the primary target of protective immunity. Mature GP consists of two disulfide-linked subunits, GP1 and membrane-bound GP2. GP is highly glycosylated with both N- and O-linked carbohydrates. We measured the influences of GP glycosylation on antigenicity, immunogenicity, and protection by testing DNA vaccines comprised of GP genes with deleted N-linked glycosylation sites or with deletions in the central hypervariable mucin region. We showed...

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In this paper we look for solutions of a semilinear Maxwell type equation, in even dimension, greater than four. These solutions are critical points of a functional which is strongly degenerate because of the presence of the exterior derivative. We prove that, assuming a suitable convexity condition on the nonlinearity, the equation possesses infinitely many finite energy solutions.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0611702v2

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Zhengyi Shao; Quanbao Xiao; Shiyin Shen; H. J. Mo; Xiaoyang Xia; Zugan Deng

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Using a samples of 61506 spiral galaxies selected from the SDSS DR2, we examine the luminosity function (LF) of spiral galaxies with different inclination angles. We find that the characteristic luminosity of the LF, $L^*$, decreases with increasing inclination, while the faint-end slope, $\alpha$, depends only weakly on it. The inclination-dependence of the LF is consistent with that expected from a simple model where the optical depth is proportional to the cosine of the inclination angle,...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0611714v1

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S. F. Sanchez; N. Cardiel; M. Verheijen; S. Pedraz; G. Covone

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SUMMARIZED ABSTRACT: We present a study of the stellar populations and morphologies of galaxies in the core of the galaxy cluster Abell 2218. Integral field spectroscopy was obtained using PMAS/PPAK@3.5m CAHA to obtain a complete flux limited sample of cluster members within its field-of-view (~74"X64"). In addition of 31 galaxies with known redshifts in the outer regions, we built up a final sample of 59 spectroscopically confirmed cluster members. Multiban photometry and detailed...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0611660v2

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Torsten Andersen; Wolfgang Hübner

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Surface magnetic properties of the pseudomorphic Fe(110) monolayer on a W(110) substrate are investigated from first principles as a function of the substrate thickness (up to eight layers). Analyzing the magnetocrystalline anisotropy energies, we find stable (with respect to the number of substrate layers) in-plane easy and hard axes of magnetization along the [1[overline 1]0] and [001] directions, respectively, reaching a value in good agreement with experiment for thick substrates....

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The Goa Gazette Published by the Government Printing Press Government of Goa Published By Authority Gazette Number: 0607-33 Gazette Date: 2006-11-22 Gazette Series: SI Gazette Type: OG - Ordinary Gazette - Extraordinary Gazette Gazette No: 2 Official Details Link

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A generalized analytical tripartite loss model is posited for Mach-Zehnder interferometer (MZI) phase sensitivity which is valid for both arbitrary photon input states and arbitrary system environmental states. This model is shown to subsume the phase sensitivity models for the lossless MZI and the ground state MZI. It can be employed to develop specialized models useful for estimating phase sensitivities, as well as for performing associated design trade-off analyses, for MZIs which operate in...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0611212v1

This is a New Zealand classification of Private Stars . Title Private Stars Medium DVD Case Publication number 602479 Application number 60101123 Registration date 2006-11-22 Classification body Office of Film and Literature Classification (1994–) Submission channel Section 12(1) - Labelling Body Language English Country United Kingdom Associated documents 49054_18_4_41634.pdf (Reg 32 Notice of Decision) Related publications 602476 602477 602478 Classification Approved

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2006.11.22 Sevda Sokağında İzzet Aktaş Konuk

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Matthieu Bloch; Joao Barros; Miguel R. D. Rodrigues; Steven W. McLaughlin

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In this two-part paper, we consider the transmission of confidential data over wireless wiretap channels. The first part presents an information-theoretic problem formulation in which two legitimate partners communicate over a quasi-static fading channel and an eavesdropper observes their transmissions through another independent quasi-static fading channel. We define the secrecy capacity in terms of outage probability and provide a complete characterization of the maximum transmission rate at...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cs/0611120v1

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David Callan

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The known bijections on Dyck paths are either involutions or have notoriously intractable cycle structure. Here we present a size-preserving bijection on Dyck paths whose cycle structure is amenable to complete analysis. In particular, each cycle has length a power of 2. A new manifestation of the Catalan numbers as labeled forests crops up enroute as does the Pascal matrix mod 2. We use the bijection to show the equivalence of two known manifestations of the Motzkin numbers. Finally, we...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0611698v1

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John C. Hodge

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A scalar potential model (SPM) was developed from considerations of galaxy clusters and of redshift. The SPM is applied to HI rotation curves (RCs) and RC asymmetry of spiral galaxies. The resulting model adds the force of a scalar potential of the host galaxy and of neighboring galaxies to the Newtonian rotation velocity equation. The RC is partitioned radially into regions. The form of the equation for each parameter of each region is the same with differing proportionality constants. Integer...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0611029v2

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C. Pichon; D. Lynden-Bell; J. Pichon; R. Lynden-Bell

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Systems whose potential energies consists of pieces that scale as r^-2 together with pieces that scale as r^2, show no violent relaxation to Virial equilibrium but may pulsate at considerable amplitude for ever. Despite this pulsation these systems form lattices when the non-pulsational `energy' is low, and these disintegrate as that energy is increased. The `specific heats' show the expected halving as the `solid' is gradually replaced by the `fluid' of independent particles. The forms of the...

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We analytically calculate the average value of i-th largest Schmidt coefficient for random pure quantum states. Schmidt coefficients, i.e., eigenvalues of the reduced density matrix, are expressed in the limit of large Hilbert space size and for arbitrary bipartite splitting as an implicit function of index i.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0611226v1

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Odisha Gazette Odisha Government Press Note: Some issues of the Odisha do not have embedded fonts. We apologize for the typographical inconvenience and will attempt to correct at the soonest. Label Date: 2006-10-23 Gazette Date: 2006-11-22 Gazette Number: 1667 Department: REVENUE Notification Number: 40393 Subject: Land Acquisition Source URL

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Pumping routes of masers can in principle be recovered from a small matrix of master equations, at an advanced stage of elimination, by tracing back the coefficients to a set of unmodified all-process rate coefficients, drawn from those which appeared in the original set of master equations, prior to any elimination operations. The traceback is achieved by logging the operations carried out on each coefficient. There is no guarantee that a pumping scheme can be represented as a small set of...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0611709v1

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We study a moving boundary value problem consisting of a viscous incompressible fluid moving and interacting with a nonlinear elastic solid shell. The fluid motion is governed by the Navier-Stokes equations, while the shell is modeled by the nonlinear Koiter shell model, consisting of both bending and membrane tractions. The fluid is coupled to the solid shell through continuity of displacements and tractions (stresses) along the moving material interface. We prove existence and uniqueness of...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0611670v1

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Toshiya Takami; Jun Maki; Jun-ichi Ooba; Taizo Kobayashi; Rie Nogita; Mutsumi Aoyagi

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We present a new methodology to analyze complicated multi-physics simulations by introducing a fictitious parameter. Using the method, we study quantum mechanical aspects of an organic molecule in water. The simulation is variationally constructed from the ab initio molecular orbital method and the classical statistical mechanics with the fictitious parameter representing the coupling strength between solute and solvent. We obtain a number of one-electron orbital energies of the solute molecule...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/nlin/0611042v1

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Larry Goldstein; Aihua Xia

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We introduce a new family of distributions to approximate $\mathbb {P}(W\in A)$ for $A\subset\{...,-2,-1,0,1,2,...\}$ and $W$ a sum of independent integer-valued random variables $\xi_1$, $\xi_2$, $...,$ $\xi_n$ with finite second moments, where, with large probability, $W$ is not concentrated on a lattice of span greater than 1. The well-known Berry--Esseen theorem states that, for $Z$ a normal random variable with mean $\mathbb {E}(W)$ and variance $\operatorname {Var}(W)$, $\mathbb {P}(Z\in...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0509444v2

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B C Allanach; C G Lester; A M Weber

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We study the mu

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